Kick-off the summer with our free, downloadable LUCA Activity Pack and Coloring Pages for kids! What better way to start the lazy days of summer than with these fun coloring pages and activity sheets for the entire family, inspired by Disney and Pixar’s brand new animated film “Luca” which makes its debut on Disney+ on June 18.
“Luca” takes us on a seafaring journey this weekend when it sets sail on Disney+. Starring Jacob Tremblay and Jack Dylan Grazer as best friends Luca and Alberto, teenage sea monsters who take to the land and pose as humans to try and have the summer of their lives in Italy. Set in the Italian Riviera, LUCA tells the tale of an unlikely but strong friendship grows between a human being and a sea monster disguised as a human.
“Luca” is a fun and heartwarming story about friendship, stepping out of your comfort zone and two teenage sea monsters who experience a life-changing summer.“ It’s about the friendships that change us,” says director Enrico Casarosa. “It’s a love letter to the summers of our youth—those formative years when you’re finding yourself.” Adds producer Andrea Warren, “It’s a magical coming-of-age story.It’s about remembering the people who shaped us along the way.”
Set in a beautiful seaside town on the Italian Riviera, “Luca” is a story about one boy experiencing an unforgettable summer filled with gelato, pasta, and endless scooter rides. Luca shares these adventures with his newfound best friend, Alberto, but all the fun is threatened by a deeply-held secret: they are both sea monsters from another world just below the water’s surface.“Luca is a shy, polite, introverted, rule-following kid who has a secret desire to see the world and learn all he can,” says screenwriter Jesse Andrews. “But he’s been told his whole life that sea monsters should never go above the surface of the water where all the interesting stuff seems to be happening.”
So it’s no surprise that Luca harbors a secret fascination with all things human. His curiosity is especially sparked when he discovers items that have floated down from the surface. “Luca knows nothing of the surface,” says screenwriter Mike Jones. “So these items are glimpses of another world—as if it were an object of an extraterrestrial landing on Earth. He’s a young imaginative kid, so when he meets Alberto—who has actual knowledge of these objects—it’s incredibly intriguing to Luca.” Indeed, Alberto, a fellow sea monster, has ventured beyond the surface, making him the subject of intense respect as far as Luca is concerned—at least once he gets over the shock of it all. Because it turns out, sea monsters have the ability to blend in with humans. “Alberto literally drags Luca out of the water and we discover that these sea monsters have the magical ability to transform into human form when they’re dry,” says
“At the heart of it was a story of a friendship and wanting to really go back to being kids and the summers of youth and the friendships of youth that helped us find ourselves,” director Enrico Casarosa shared regarding what inspired the movie. “I think so many of us have these friendships that are right smack in the middle of when we’re just leaving the confines of the family, that really help define our identity.”
Now you can keep the magic of “Luca” going with these ready-to-download and use these free coloring pages for kids and our LUCA Activity Pack. Simply right-click on any or all of our free coloring pages for kids and save them to your own computer and let the fun begin.
Free LUCA Activity Pack and Coloring Pages For Kids
And don’t forget, grab the entire family and get ready to stream the magic of Disney and Pixar’s Luca when makes a splash this Friday, June 18 on Disney+.
Gayle is an educator, storyteller and lifelong learner with a passion for spontaneous travel. Here you’ll find practical tips and creative hacks with the hope of helping you to create your own extraordinary life experiences - without breaking the bank.
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